This page lists third-party servers and services Worlio provides. Most of these do not require a pre-existing Worlio account, and are separate from other existing services on Worlio.

Head to the different tabs to see their rules and information.

Worlio provides it's own email service to top-subscribers of the site. The service can be logged in through the web client or through an external client via IMAP.


Worlio Email does not have any particular rules on it's email service. You are free to sign-up or do whatever you wish as long as it does not break US laws. Worlio complies with any valid court orders or requests from US law enforcement.


You must have a Worlio account and be a member of the Gold plan.

Send a message requesting an email to Wirlaburla. If you are eligble, you'll be given directions to assist with your setup. All emails are manually set up and created.


Worlio Mail supports IMAP and SMTP through external email clients, but can also be used through our own hosted webmail client here:


Last updated: 12/01/2022

For voice services, we use Mumble. It is similiar to TeamSpeak and Ventrillo, but came first and offers higher quality bitrate overall. It also pioneered positional audio.


Our Mumble follows the same general rules as for every other service we provide: Abide by US laws. If you are too much of a problem for other users, you will be banned from the server for a temporary time (3 months).


Worlio hosts a murmur instance (Mumble server) for both tcp and udp. Client bitrate is capped at 256kbps. Accounts are not tied to Worlio accounts.

Server Address:

Last updated: 12/01/2022

Matrix sucks.

As of right now, our Traveler server is offline and it is unknown when it will be brought back up.

You can view more information at the main page:

Traveler is a 3D world and voice chat application and one of the first of it's kind. Worlio hosts it's own instance for others to use and communicate.


Abide by US laws. Bonking - bumping into peoples avatars to annoy or bother others - is seen as rude and will be met with a swift kick.


Connecting to the Worlio instance usually requires the world author setting the connection url to worlio in its dsv/olv file. Authors can set the server url to

Users can force their clients to use a specific server if they wish by editing the INI located at C:\Windows\dstrav.ini.


Last updated: 12/01/2022